ijj E.V. t-. 1; an krit>fflai< before W', 238 5 ktu-mai ]p@'Ut 1 am
lite-Talk, Viis mo, 201S 202, 203, 201; as a genitive, only as a genitive,
absolute, as In fcau-mai, mine; rau-imii, oiir% 16, etc.
mai (Kb, and Sh. the same), ^voods trees III, S.
mak (Kli. and Sh. the same;? a fruit; w'lk-mo'indng (Sh. md'k~mm(i)t & mangos
II, 17. The word is used before the of any tree to denote its fruit;
thus! mfik-langs jack-fruit.
man (Kh. and Sh. the same; Siamese man, med only contemptuously» the plural
forms khan, being used as a respectful singular), pron., he (26), she (II, 4,
13), it (I, 52). The plural is khau or mdn-Mau, q.v. Nom., man (he) 1,13,
16, 30; II, 16; III, 13; 168, etc., 229, 230; (she) II, 13 (Ms); (it) I, 52;
ma»-ko, 1, 6, S» 10 (bis), 13,15, 21, 22S 34 (bis), 35, 379 39 (Ms), 40, 42; in
I, 1, a»flfl, as the subject is inserted between a verb and its tense suffix. I
am informed that this can only be clone when the subject is masculine; AGO.,
man (him) I, 22, 39; III,II; 236; (her) II, 12; Dut, (gave) to him, 1,12,
491 234; i (say) to Mm, 1,18, 50 j man kan-pa, towards her, II, 12; fafc-tdm
man) from him, 233. The Genitive absolute is man-mai, 26; the dependent
genitive usually follows the noun which governs it; tlras, po-mdn mdns his
father, I, 23 ; luk-mdn-ko man, his son, I, 24; shun man, his compound, II,
81 khring bai man, on his body, I, S7) mdJc-^m-mdng md®3 his mango-fruit,
IIj 171 sometimes it precedes, as in man Ink, his son (to distinguish from luk-
ma^i son), 228; man run, (at) his hotisej II, 2 * man ehaus her owner, II, 4;
li man runs to his house, H, 6; man shau ndng-nung^ his gipwn up younger
sister, II, 0; man mng,, his younger sister, II, 16; man ndng-man *
man mng-$ung> his brother . .Ms sister, 231*
titan, a pleonastic particle? said to give the idea of respect, added to male nouns of
relationship. The corresponding feminine word is Mng (231) \ po-?/idns a>
father, I, 2j 3,15, 223 23S 20, 38 (mau po~mdns thy father), 41, 42; ma&
nana-mant thy youoger brother, I, 37; man nan@-man3 his brother^ 231;
lufrman, a son, 1,1, 20, 24 26, 30S 33; 55S 223, 225.
mdnt Brahma^ III, 19.
mangt in mak-mo-mdng, a mango, see mdk.
mau (Kh. and Sh. the same; Siamese miinff), (also written man, 20)s the pronoun
of the secsond persgn. The plural is shtt, q.v. Nom,, ma», thou, I, 3, 21; 20,
157, etc., 240; man-fro, I, 20, 44, 49, 51; maw> dn~nd> in thy presence, 1,19,
25; lang mau, behind thee, 239 ; the genitive usually follows the governing
word, as in luk-mdn mail, thy son, I, 20 (also maH lwk-mans see below).;
phdn malt, thy order, I, 43; luk mau, thy son, I, 47 ; ndng mau, thy younger
brother, I, 531 po mau, thy father, 223 ; sometimes it precedes, as in mau
Ink-man (see above) 9 thy son, I, 261 mau ndng^mdn^ thy younger brother, I,
37; mau $o-mdns thy fatherr I, 38 ; mau tdng~lai kkam, all thy gold, I, 48;
mau chti, thy name, 220; the Bat. is matt, I, 43 (am doing service) to thee.
me (Kh. and Sh. the same, Siamese me), a mother, 48 ; feminine suffix used with
irrational animals, the corresponding masculine suffix being th&&; hu-mes&
cow, II, 2; 5, 7, 9; 1433145;. md-me, a mare, 139,141; ma-mes a bitch, 147,
1491 pe-nga-me, a she goat, 151; ffl-ngl-me, a she deeu* 154,